NEWS & CAREER ADVICE

A New Doctor’s Guide to Paying Off Medical School Debt

In Career Advice, Physician, Psychiatrist & Psychologist
October 13, 2016

It’s no secret that medical school is costly — in 2015, the average new medical school graduate had accumulated around $180,000 in debt. Including interest, this number inflates even further.

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How Much Do Registered Nurses Make?

In Registered Nurse, Salary
October 12, 2016

If you’re asking “how much do registered nurses make?”, then you’re likely considering the occupation as a career. This article takes an in-depth look at job growth and salaries of […]

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The 5 Most Unique Healthcare Jobs

In Career Advice
October 11, 2016

When most think of healthcare jobs and hospital careers, positions like surgeon, nurse, or pediatrician quickly come to mind. While these are fantastic jobs, there are many other interesting opportunities within the […]

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Social Media Recruiting Going Into 2017

In Job Search
October 6, 2016

Social media recruiting has become a staple in the industry when it comes to connecting with high-quality, targeted candidates to fill specialized positions. Sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn allow […]

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How to Choose a Career

In Career Advice
October 4, 2016

One of the most difficult challenges people face is deciding on which career is the right fit for them individually, especially if you’re young with your whole life in front […]

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14 Essential Healthcare Blogs You Should Be Following

In Education, Healthcare News
September 29, 2016

Finding the right healthcare blogs on the web can be tricky with the mass amount of sites in Google’s pool to choose from, so we did the work for you […]

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The Nursing Shortage & How Baby Boomers Have an Impact

In Healthcare News, Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse
September 27, 2016

By now, most in the healthcare industry are aware that the U.S. is currently experiencing a nursing shortage due to explosive demand in the field, but what does that mean?

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Medical School Interview Questions: An Overview

In Education, Physician, Psychiatrist & Psychologist
September 23, 2016

Medical school interview questions can be difficult to decipher if you go into the process blind. Make sure you prepare adequately for your upcoming interview by reviewing the potential questions […]

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Top 10 Most Affordable Medical Schools

In Education, Physician, Psychiatrist & Psychologist
September 21, 2016

U.S. News and World Report releases its yearly rankings of the best colleges and universities, including medical schools, in the country every year since 1983. Over the decades, the rankings become […]

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The 8 Best Gifts for Doctors You’ll Ever Find

In Physician, Psychiatrist & Psychologist
September 16, 2016

Finding the best gifts for doctors in your life can be a real challenge, especially when it seems like they already have everything. Luckily there’s a lot out there that […]

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